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The Dynamic Phases of Microsoft Navision

Microsoft dynamics NAV is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) software which allows you to control over your core business processes, which is easy to implement, configure and use. http://www.microlabs.com.sg/solutions/microsoft-dynamics-navision

Axis Capital Group Business Funding: Much grateful with Business Company Funding

I must admit that I’m lazy, and I’m cheap. This means that I don’t have paid money management software to track my finances. Instead, I learned how to make a budget on spreadsheets and in notebooks, and used them for years. But regardless of this, Axis Capital Group Business Funding, were I loan for years now, never cheated on us.

Laboratory Safety Awareness Presentation

The Laboratory safety presentation is designed to help laboratory in increasing safety awareness as well as safety requirements. Implementation of proper Laboratory Management System improves quality observed in daily laboratory practices.

Salvaging New Lives: Low Birth Weight and NICU  Protocol

Background : A low birth weight baby is a clinical and diagnostic challenge. The neonatologists are faced with numerous neonatal intensive care unit protocols. This study was designed to review the policies of management of neonatal jaundice, sepsis, anemia, hypoglycemia, jaundice and hypoxic encephalopathy in a low birth weight newborn. Methods: Care of newborns in was done in intensive care unit after numerous research papers on low birth weight management were referred.

For tourists, is renting a car a good idea

Majority of the people traveling to Singapore would want to have a lot of fun. They would want to use the trip to this beautiful Asian country to engage in entertainment activities. In order to do this, time management is an essential part. The entertainment options available in the country are spread out all over the country.

Automatic Template Extraction from Heterogeneous  Web Pages

- In this paper, we will enlist the process of extracting template from heterogeneous Web Pages. Extracting structured information from semi-structured machine readable web pages automatically plays a major role these days, so some websites are using common templates with contents to populate the data for good productivity, Where WWW is the major resource for extracting the information. The problem here is for machines, the templates in the web pages are considered to be harmful since they degrade the performance of web applications due to irrelevant terms in the Template. As a result, the performance of the entire system degrades. Template Detection technique can be used to improve the performance of search engine as well as for classification of web documents. In this paper, we present algorithms to extract templates from a very large number of web pages that are getting generated from heterogeneous templates. Using the similarity of template structures in the documen

Natural Environment of Cold Desert Region Zanskar  (Ladakh)

The study of man-environment relationship has great importance today. Human beings interact with their environment from the early stage of development to modern lives. In the process of this interaction they modify and transform environment. Environment plays determining role in the early stages of development where society essentially adapts itself to the limits laid down by it. As development proceeds onwards, the subservience to it gets progressively reduced and the process of cooperation and interaction begins. Present paper is based on analysis of secondary data published by different sources. Arc viewGIS 10 has been used to construct various kinds of maps in this paper. The natural environment of Zanskar presents a very harsh and fragile system. This region experiences heavy snowfall during winter caused by the western disturbances. Zanskar Tehsil is an underdeveloped area where existing use of natural resources is limited due to the low level of technology

Conversational Analysis of Kashmiris and Ethnocentric  Bais Hypothsis

The occupied, exiled and displaced people of Kashmir are at war for liberation from foreign Indian occupants since the day when ruling non Muslim Monarch of Kashmir sold the 77% Muslim Kashmiri population to India after the subdivision of subcontinent and that is ruling occupied Kashmir with the help of a puppet regime providing a room for the prevalence of ethnocentric bias hypothesis contrary to the findings by (Antonio, Robert 2007) and close to the findings by (SILOVE 1999) suggesting that ‘torture’ and human rights ‘violations’ can effect human being and in the existing mental state of the people of Kashmir ‘conversational analysis’ needs to be based on assumption about the prevalence of ethnocentric hypothesis bias within Kashmiris pro liberation and puppet regime instead of Kashmiris and out groups in case of ‘implicature’’ anthimeria’ ‘hyperbole’ irony’ and other allied linguistic areas.

Measuring Occupational Stress among Management  Information Systems Workers and Users in the Financi

Occupational stress is considered to be a main health problem for both individuals and organizations. This study has investigated the measurement of occupational stress among Management Information Systems (MIS) Users in different banks in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Furthermore, to identify their high job stressor factors and increase understanding of the impact of individuals differences in occupational stress. A descriptive, cross sectional survey was performed in five banks. Using quota sampling, MIS users’ from different divisions were asked to complete questionnaires- including demographic data, job stress and stressor factors. Six main stress factors were identified among MIS users banker staff: 1) intrinsic work characteristics (job design); 2) work culture and function; 3) managerial role; 4) career development; 5) relationships at work and 6) home-work interface. A total of 250 self-administrated questionnaires were distributed (hand delivery) to the banks divisions. The overall response rate was 80.8% (202/250) and the result suggested that over a third of MIS users in banks reported that their jobs were highly stressful. The bankers are exposed to high job stressors such as job design (overload, long working hours, deadlines and time pressure, repetitive task and lack of variety, and shortages of staff); and career development (under promotion and working at a level below their level of abilities and skills). However, the result of this research can be applied for improving sources of occupational stress and further, precluding severe stress and concern was expressed that such findings should be considered when delivering stress management programs.

A Prediction Model for Bank’s Liquidity Management to  Study on the Impact of Internet Banking in Ir

Bank managements are interested in determining the rate of liquidity based on a strategy for meeting this need. Lack of sufficient liquidity might impose heavy costs and even lead to bankruptcy. On the other hand, surplus liquidity will result in losing investment opportunities and reduction in productivity and profit ability of banks. In this research, efforts are taken to use the most affecting factors by investigation on important factors effective on the liquidity rate. The data used are chosen from 573 real values of banking operations. The variables are NEII 1 , RTGS 2 and clear transaction and the outcome of these variables is bank liquidity. In this research, two methods of ARIMA and multiple regressions are applied for predicting the future liquidity data and two mathematical models are introduced. The model introduced can predict liquidity rate based on two years data effectively. The results showed that the mean deviations between output of model

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